MA in Criminology: Crime & Victimisation
University of Suffolk
Ipswich, United Kingdom
1 - 2 year
Full time, Part time
GBP 8,235 / per year *
Earliest start date
* per year full-time; £915 per 20 credits - part-time tuition fee; £12,150 - international tuition fee per year
The MA Criminology: Crime and Victimisation address contemporary issues within the study of crime, community safety and criminal justice.
It will enable you to develop specialist knowledge of the current trends and historical debates surrounding crime causation, crime control and regulation in the UK and internationally.
The course will offer you an exciting opportunity to study criminology at postgraduate level. A distinguishing feature of criminology at the University of Suffolk is the interplay of theory, policy and practice as the course is led and taught by professionals with crime and community safety backgrounds who apply criminological theory in the real world.
By studying at the University of Suffolk, you will attain comprehensive critical knowledge of explanations of crime and responses to them. You will actively engage in critical evaluation of the many theoretical, policy and organisational drivers shaping and informing responses to crime.
You will also have the opportunity to undertake detailed thinking about theoretical and policy issues relevant to your areas of interest and apply different methods and approaches to investigate them further.
This course is designed to enable progression in research, policy and practice roles within the crime and justice field. You will study and discuss issues pertaining to criminology in a dynamic, progressive environment and be encouraged to think beyond the obvious.